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BMW 3-Series Sedan 1-MIllionth Car Anniversary

BMW 3-Series Sedan Celebrates 1 Million Cars to Be Manufactured at Rosslyn Plant, South Africa

BMW has recently rolled out the 1-millionth unit of the 3-Series Coupe, a reason for the German based carmaker to celebrate the event at the BMW`s Rosslyn Plant, Pretoria, in South Africa. Harald Kruger, a Management Board manager of BMW AG, was also there to celebrate this important piece of [...]

by February 26, 2015 0 comments BMW 3-Series, Manufacturing
29 days ago
BMW M4 Gets Crashed in South Africa

BMW M4 Gets Crashed in South Africa

The almighty BMW M4 Coupe is popping-up in our news again, this time the model getting completely crushed in South Africa. We are talking here about a terrible road accident, taking place in Klerksorp, South Africa, where the BMW M4 Coupe`s driver apparently lost control of the car and ended [...]

by November 24, 2014 0 comments BMW M4
123 days ago
BMW South Africa

BMW stopped investing in South Africa

The current socio-political climate in South Africa continues to hurt outside investment, with protests going well beyond the two month mark. Among the companies that are feeling the brunt of these protests we state Toyota, Volkswagen and the Bavarian car maker, BMW. BMW has already kept the production offline for [...]

by October 7, 2013 0 comments Useful News
536 days ago
F30 BMW 3 Series racer

F30 BMW 3 Series racer unveiled in South Africa

South Africa, that’s right, the place with the recent FIFA world cup commotion and the land of the vuvuzela, was the place that spawned one very interesting BMW. It’s a racing version of the new F30 BMW 3 Series. There’s a lot more to say about it but just sync [...]

by March 23, 2012 0 comments BMW 3-Series
1099 days ago
BMW will invest big money in South Africa Rosslyn Plant

BMW will invest big money in South Africa Rosslyn Plant

BMW will do a great thing and will invest 2.2 bl. $ in the South Africa’s Rosslyn Plant.¬†Once they have increased production, they will build faster the cars and secondly, they can now offer more jobs for poor people in South Africa while expanding the plant. In the South Africa’s [...]

by October 7, 2009 2 comments Manufacturing
1997 days ago